Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs

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Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs

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Founded 2013
No. of teams 5
Country Flag of United States United States
Current champions San Rafael Pacifics
Official website Official Site

The Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs is an independent baseball league that began play in 2013. Its commissioner is Mike Marshall. It played interleague games with the Freedom Pro League in 2013 and has also played interleague games with the Baseball Challenge League of Japan.

2019 Pacific Association Teams
Team Manager Location
San Rafael Pacifics Oscar Suarez San Rafael, CA
Sonoma Stompers Zack Pace Sonoma, CA
Vallejo Admirals P.J. Phillips Vallejo, CA
Napa Silverados Tito Fuentes Jr. Napa, CA
Salina Stockade Chuck Rocker Road team

2013[edit]

2013 Standings
Team W-L Pct. GB Managers Notes
San Rafael Pacifics 54-21 .720 -- Ryan Priddy
Maui Na Koa Ikaika 46-29 .613 8 Jeff Brooks
Vallejo Admirals 26-32 .448 19.5 Pedro Guerrero/Tito Fuentes Jr. Suspended by league in July; reinstated later that month
Hawaii Stars 27-39 .410 22.5 Garry Templeton Jr.
East Bay Lumberjacks 7-29 .194 27.5 Roland Nazar Became the Bay Cal Lumberjacks in August

Playoffs[edit]

  • Finals: Maui defeated San Rafael 1 game to 0

2014[edit]

2014 Standings
Team W-L Pct. GB Managers Notes
San Rafael Pacifics 48-30 .615 -- Danny DiPace/Maikel Jova DiPace stepped down in July
Vallejo Admirals 44-34 .564 4 Garry Templeton Jr.
Sonoma Stompers 42-36 .538 6 Ray Serrano
Pittsburg Mettle 22-56 .282 26 Wayne Franklin

Playoffs[edit]

San Rafael won the first and second halves, becoming outright league champions.

2015[edit]

2015 Standings
Team W-L Pct. GB Managers Notes
San Rafael Pacifics 48-30 .615 -- Matt Kavanaugh
Sonoma Stompers 44-33 .571 3.5 Takashi Miyoshi
Pittsburg Diamonds 38-39 .494 9.5 Aaron Miles
Vallejo Admirals 25-53 .321 23 Garry Templeton Jr.

Playoffs[edit]

Sonoma won the first half, San Rafael won the second half. San Rafael beat Sonoma in a one-game playoff.

2016[edit]

2016 Standings
Team W-L Pct. GB Managers Notes
Sonoma Stompers 47-31 .603 -- Takashi Miyoshi
San Rafael Pacifics 41-37 .526 6 Matt Kavanaugh
Pittsburg Diamonds 36-42 .462 11 Aaron Miles
Vallejo Admirals 32-46 .410 15 Mike Samuels

Playoffs[edit]

Sonoma won the first and second halves, becoming outright league champions.

2017[edit]

2017 Standings
Team W-L Pct. GB Managers Notes
Sonoma Stompers 52-26 .667 -- Takashi Miyoshi
Pittsburg Diamonds 36-42 .462 16 Aaron Miles
Vallejo Admirals 36-42 .462 16 P.J. Phillips
San Rafael Pacifics 32-46 .410 20 Matt Kavanaugh

Playoffs[edit]

Sonoma won first half, Sonoma tied Vallejo in second half. Vallejo won one-game playoff against Sonoma.

2018[edit]

2018 Standings
Team W L Pct. GB Manager
Sonoma Stompers 57 23 .713 -- Zack Pace
San Rafael Pacifics 50 30 .625 7 Matt Kavanaugh
Vallejo Admirals 37 43 .463 20 P.J. Phillips
Pittsburg Diamonds 36 44 .450 21 Aaron Miles
Napa Silverados 31 49 .388 26 Tito Fuentes Jr.
Martinez Clippers 29 51 .363 28 Chris Decker/Daniel Parker

Playoffs[edit]

San Rafael defeated Vallejo in semi-final Sonoma defeated Pittsburg in semi-final San Rafael defeated Sonoma in championship

2019[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Napa defeated Vallejo in quarter-final. San Rafael defeated Napa in semi-final. San Rafael defeated Sonoma (2-1) in championship series.

2019 Standings
Team W L Pct. GB Manager
Sonoma Stompers 45 19 .703 -- Zack Pace
San Rafael Pacifics 38 26 .594 7 Derrick Pyles/Oscar Suarez
Vallejo Admirals 34 30 .531 11 P.J. Phillips
Napa Silverados 29 35 .453 16 Tito Fuentes Jr.
Salina Stockade 14 50 .219 31 Chuck Rocker/Taylor Zeutenhorst

Cities Represented[edit]